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Transcript of American Eagle
Name its body parts!
Where and how does it live?
What and how does it eat?
Why is it important
Interesting stories about the animal (culture, nature)
How does a bald eagle look like? Where does it live?
How does it live?
Bird of prey
Mostly hunts fish: salmons, spawning trouts,...
How do they hunt?
it flies over the water
it snatches the fish out of the water with its talons
they tear the flesh with talons and beak
The national bird of the United States
apears on most of USA seals
appeared on the back of the quarter dollar until 1999
holy bird in some North American cultures
How do we make the presentation about animals?
it has to be interesting
it has to contain a lot of pictures
it can be interactive
use your imagination
help yourself with the pictures and interesting mindmaps
find sources in the library or at school
near seas, rivers and large lakes.
where there is a lot of fish.
FACTS AND FIGURES
american national bird, the only eagle unique to North america
at one time, the word "bald" meant "white" and not "without hair"
there are about 70,000 eagles in America, almost half of them lives in Alaska
an eagle's eye is almost as large as a human's but its sharpness is at least four times that of a person with perfect vision
eagles build nests on big trees
they lay eggs in late March and early April, they lay 1-3 eggs
chicks sometimes kill their siblings, parents don't react
baby eagles start flying when they are 10-13 weeks old
Can we see a bald eagle in Slovenia?
There aren't any bald eagles in ZOOs
in America you mustn't take the eagle's feathers
eagles are not endangered animal species, but they are protected by law
Bled, 15th december 2014
Teacher: Peter Zupan
http://www.baldeagleinfo.com/ (Datum dostopa: 14. december 2014)